Laboratory of Brain Imaging is a core facility at Nencki Institute. LOBI provides access to cutting edge research support and technologies for internal and external customers. The core technologies being developed and used at the Laboratory are magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), spectroscopy (MRS), electroencephalograpy (EEG - including EEG-fMRI simultaneous recordings), Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and computational image analysis.
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Dr Małgorzata Wierzba

17 stycznia 2020 nasza koleżanka Małgorzata Wierzba uzyskała stopień naukowy DOKTORa! Dr Wierzba swój staż podoktorski odbędzie w Forschungszentrum Jülich, Institut für Neurowissenschaften und Medizin (INM-7) w zespole Psychoinformatics, pod kierunkiem Prof. Dr. Michael'a Hanke. Serdeczne gratulacje i podziękowania dla recenzentów oraz licznie przybyłych gości

Scientific awards of the Polish Academy of Sciences for the Nencki Institute

On 11 December 2019, in the Mirror Room of the Staszic Palace in Warsaw, the ceremony for awarding scientific prizes of the PAS Faculties and scholarships of the President of the Polish Academy of Sciences took place. The award of the II Faculty of Biological and Agricultural Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences went to the Scientific Team from the Nencki Institute: dr hab. Artur Marchewka, dr Katarzyna Siuda-Krzywicka, dr Katarzyna Jednoróg, dr Łukasz Bola (Nencki Institute/Institute of Psychology, Jagiellonian University), and dr hab. Marcin Szwed: "Research on inter-modal neuroplasticity, which proved the ability of the human adult brain to carry out plastic reorganisation on a large scale, finding the structural basis for this reorganisation and defining the principle governing inter-modal neuroplasticity.

New publication!

New publication from LOBI. Attenuated brain activity during error processing and punishment anticipation in procrastination – a monetary Go/No-go fMRI study.  Marek Wypych and colleagues, using fMRI showed that people with high tendency to procrastinate have lower brain activity during error processing and punishment anticipation. These results suggest that impaired error processing may be related to difficulties in correction of faulty behaviors in procrastination.

New publication!

New publication from Laboratory of Language Neurobiology (LOLN) team in collaboration with LOBI:Reading and spelling skills are differentially related to phonological processing: behavioral and fMRI study. Congratulation to the whole team and the first author Agnieszka Dębska, Phd

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